Why following a passion may not be the right job path

04/14/2013 | Forbes

The adage of "do what you love and the money will follow" may not be the best career advice, suggests management and communications consultant Rob Asghar. In this commentary, Asghar contends that most people do not have one single passion, and some may have many. "Stressing and straining to discern some enchanted pathway of bliss is a futile exercise for most of us. If you haven't yet found that one overriding passion, you have permission to call off the search," Asghar writes.

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